Review Round Up: School of Rock, New London Theatre

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s latest show rocks into London – but does it live up to expectations? Here is what critics have said so far about the production… The Independent: **** “The kids are more than alright  – in fact, they’re an absolute joy in this ridiculously entertaining new show.” The Telegraph: ***** “The most enjoyable… Read More

PREVIEW: Lives, Loves and Loss: Traces at Fenton House

The National Trust’s Fenton House in Hampstead will reopen in December with the help of art collective Traces, who transform the house into an immersive experience that delves into the intriguing world of its eighteenth-century residents.  Since the National Trust opened the house to the public in 1953, Fenton House has remained largely unchanged. Now visitors are… Read More

Now on at…The Barbican: The Vulgar: Fashion Reimagined

The Barbican’s latest exhibition examines how the word vulgar has inspired fashion choices, featuring historical costumes to couture and ready-to-wear looks.  Spindle Magazine: “this exhibition gives us some visual excitement to stimulate our thoughts and feelings, and to endlessly entertain us.” The Telegraph: **** “the show’s relentless probing of the hypocrisies of taste nudge at something… Read More

NEWS: Stephen Schwartz’s Musical Working to Receive European Premiere

The Southwark Playhouse will present the European premiere of Stephen Schwartz’s musical Working from the 2nd June until the 8th July 2017 it has been confirmed.  Adapted from the book by Studs Terkel by Stephen Schwartz and Nina Faso, Working A Musical is a portrait of a typical American workday, told from the perspective of those the world often forgets… Read More

NEWS: Young Vic Announces New shows from Award-Winning Emerging Directors

Lucy J Skilbeck and Nancy Medina both won the Genesis Future Directors Awards for 2017 and will direct three plays between them, to be shown at the Young Vic.  From March 22nd to the 1st April 2017, The Clare will be presenting Lucy J Skilbeck’s productions of two one-act comedic shorts The Bear and The Proposal. The plays written by Anton Chekhov and… Read More